Goose Neck Faucet Spout with Winged Handles for the Bathroom

You may have seen one at the hospital or rehab facility and thought it was funny looking…and very hospital-ish. It is. But a Goose Neck Faucet Spout with Winged Handles is very practical in the home, as well as a medical facility.

Goose Neck Faucet Spout with Winged Handles

The separate hot and cold knobs on the sink are “winged” handles, so they can be pushed and pulled instead of turning. While great for people who suffer from arthritis, they are extremely functional as they can be turned on and off with a finger or elbow. This suits people with difficulty turning knobs or when hands are full holding other items.

The goose-neck spout has a high clearance and offers more space below than a standard faucet, making it easier to fill water bottles and inflatable bathing sinks for the bedroom.

It’s also ideal for cleaning urinal bottles in the bathroom and other items. Believe it or not, many people do these things in the kitchen sink because most bathroom fixtures don’t have as much clearance as in the kitchen. Why not keep everything in the bathroom where it belongs?

Because the bathroom becomes a central space for people with disabilities, installing grab bars and safety items is the first priority for making a bathroom more accessible. Don’t overlook accessories that make the bathroom more functional too. Items like Goose Neck Faucets with Winged Handles aid caregivers and the people they care for while making life just a little bit easier.

We usually try to use accessories for the home that are elegant and functional while staying away from items that scream “institutional” or look like they belong in a hospital. This is one of our exceptions because they perform so well.

The universal design and accessibility industry has a come a long way in the past decade with great looking, functional items for the bathroom. Many of today’s grab bars don’t even look like grab bars because they blend in as dual-purpose items. We hope that somebody will come up with faucet and handle options that are more elegant and functional as well in the near future.

For now, we’re relying on the winged handles and goose neck faucet to provide great functionality for the bathroom. You or your contractor can order these on our website at:
www.AccessibleConstruction.com/services/bathrooms/20

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